Tag Archives: Communities

Training children and communities on climate change and disaster preparedness

Training children and communities on climate change and disaster preparedness

As we enter the rainy ???? season in the Philippines ????????, we emphasize that increased awareness and enhanced capacities of communities to prepare for a disaster save lives. ???? WATCH how communities in Sablayan, Occidental Mindoro created inclusive and collaborative spaces for climate change trainings ????????‍????, planning and addressing issues …

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Sarah Queblatin, Green Releaf Initiative – Communities on Edge 03

Sarah Queblatin, Green Releaf Initiative - Communities on Edge 03

Sarah Queblatin is a regenerative solutions designer weaving advocacy, non-profit management, and consultancy experiences in environmental education, cultural heritage, peacebuilding, and humanitarian assistance for the last 20 years. After responding to conflict and natural disasters in the Philippines, she was inspired to form Green Releaf to support community leaders in …

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Marcus Dittrich, Tamera Ecovillage, Portugal – Communities on Edge 04

Marcus Dittrich, Tamera Ecovillage, Portugal - Communities on Edge 04

Marcus Dittrich is an ecologist and coordinator of the Tamera Ecology garden team. Communities on the Edge: Our Response to the Climate Emergency is a series of videos from the Global Ecovillage Network, exploring how ecovillages and sustainable projects are being affected by, how they are responding to, and what …

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Macaco Tamerice, Damanhur, Italy – Communities on Edge 02

Macaco Tamerice, Damanhur, Italy - Communities on Edge 02

Macaco Tamerice works as an ambassador for Damanhur and is the Coordinator of International Community Relations. In 2008, she became Vice President of GEN-Europe, in 2010 was elected President, staying in office until 2015. She is now serving on the Advisory Board of GEN- International and is President of the …

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Paul Yeboah, Ghana Permaculture Institute – Communities on Edge 01

Paul Yeboah, Ghana Permaculture Institute - Communities on Edge 01

Paul Yeboah, is an educator, farmer, permaculturist, community developer, and social entrepreneur. He is the founder and coordinator of the Ghana Permaculture Institute and Network in Techiman, Ghana, West Africa. Communities on the Edge: Our Response to the Climate Emergency is a series of videos from the Global Ecovillage Network, …

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Deforestation Is Threatening Papua New Guinea's Indigenous Communities (1999)

Deforestation Is Threatening Papua New Guinea's Indigenous Communities (1999)

Rapid Deforestation (1999): We examine the opposition to logging in Papua New Guinea. Subscribe to journeyman for daily uploads: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=journeymanpictures The bureaucrats in Port Moresby have sold logging rights without consulting vast numbers of landowners. Thrusting spears at the camera, the warriors of Maisin practise the fierce welcome they plan …

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Bossio Speaks on the Climate Emergency in Rural Communities

Bossio Speaks on the Climate Emergency in Rural Communities

I rose in the House of Commons to speak on the declaration of a climate emergency, and to paint a picture of how climate change is impacting rural communties like Hastings–Lennox and Addington, and our Canadian identity. From impact on the time-honoured tradition of maple syrup production in places like …

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Fishers’ and TV chefs’ plea to eat local fish to save Britain’s fishing communities

The government just bailed out small-scale fishers. Here’s what should happen next

 In response to this the fishing community, chefs and food writers have penned an open letter – coordinated by Greenpeace UK – calling on the public to buy more locally caught seafood to help support them through the crisis.  This comes as the world’s largest supertrawler, the Annelies Ilena, has …

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Our Communities, Climate Change, & Covid-19

Our Communities, Climate Change, & Covid-19

(Note: Video starts at 3:45) Panel sponsored by Oakland Asian Cultural Center and Eastwind Books of Berkeley. Panelists featuring: Julie Sze, author of Environmental Justice in a Moment of Danger; Ratha Lai, environmental activist; Shina Robinson, Asian Pacific Environmental Network (APEN); Russell Jeung, Asian American Studies, SF State. Moderator: Harvey …

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#REMATRIATE OUR COMMUNITIES

#REMATRIATE OUR COMMUNITIES

# REMATRIATE OUR COMMUNITIES- Indigenous panel on the true power it takes to over come the social and climate crisis to heal ourselves and our communities. Panelists Include womxn from: Four Winds American Indian Council of Denver, https://www.fourwindscenter.org/ Spirit of the Sun, spiritofthesun.org Tiyospaye Winyan Maka http://tiyospayewinyanmaka.org “Extended Family of …

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